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Japanese Stores Create Special Counter For Chinese Tourists

Japanese Stores Create Special Counter For Chinese Tourists
According to the “Japan Economic News” website news report, every well known Japanese shopping mall put out a notice to Chinese tourists about a new limited commodity counter. They especially hope to attract Chinese tourists traveling on “PRC National Day” and enjoying their long holiday. In 2014, Chinese tourists visiting Japan bought an average of 231753 Japanese Yen worth of goods, and this year it increased 10%. Of all duty free sales, 70% of the sales came from China. Chinese netizens think that people that try to boycott Japanese goods are just hilarious.

Source: Netease

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